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Articles by Ed Hansberry
posted in January 2012
More U.S. consumers hold on to feature phones and dumb phones. Are U.S. carriers to blame?
Vendors have bombarded consumers with conflicting information about smartphone costs, network data speeds, and features, slowing adoption and upgrade rates.
Fragmentation allows variety among device makers, but can cause frustration for developers and lower satisfaction among end users.
Stock drops after new chief Thorsten Heins said he'll stay the course laid out by his predecessors.
Nokia partnership will launch Microsoft's platform to second place in global smartphone market share, iSuppli forecasts.
To be successful in North America, you have to have a device on the biggest network, Verizon.
RIM's best move may be to cut its losses on BlackBerry 10 and adopt Android or Windows Phone instead.
Microsoft's forthcoming tablets have the bar set high for minimum hardware requirements.
Is hiring the investment firm a sign that the BlackBerry maker is ready to seriously entertain buyout offers?
To ease traffic on its 3G network, Verizon wants all future smartphone releases to support LTE.
Microsoft failed to gain much ground in the mobile phone market in 2011, but its partners should help it grab a piece of the market this year.
Will unique devices appease carriers and change Nokia's Microsoft Phone fortunes?
New Forrester report has advice for enterprises supporting the consumerization of IT.
Apple's best years are behind it, opines one financial reporter. Really? We don't see anyone getting a Samsung tattoo.
SMS isn't going away, but looks to have peaked. That hits carriers in the pocketbook.